I have been playing with very mild OC's on my new system, specs below. Weird issues:
1. Any increase in FSB over 333 causes Orthos to reboot the entire system even if I downclock memory to 1:1 and raise the voltage a tick from where I have it now. Is it normal for Orthos errors to cause a total reboot?
2. OCZ's RAM boots and functions normally at 1.79v rather than the specced 2.2 (when the CPU is at stock). Is there any reason to feed it the extra volts?
3. SuperPi doesn't seem to cause stability issues the way Orthos does. I've booted undervolts at 3.2 and run Superpi without problems, but Orthos immediately reboots the system.
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